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  1. Evan C

    Sisters (2015)

    Unless I'm missing something with the search engine, we don't have a thread for this. Anyway, the more I think about Sisters, the more I like it. Here's what I wrote at Letterboxd.
  2. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was going to be on NBC, but they dropped it, and then Netflix picked it up. It's produced by Tina Fey and stars Ellie Kemper (Erin from The Office) as a woman who moves to New York after spending the past 15 years in an underground bunker while she was in a doomsday cult.
  3. Tyler

    Admission

    Not sure what to think of this, or even what kind of movie it is. The cast suggests a comedy, but I feel like the trailer is trying for something more than just that. It's directed by Paul Weitz, who did About a Boy, so I suppose the mix of genres fits.
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